Very elegant hotel. Beautiful and with very nice style, much more elegant than most hotels. Fantastic breakfast and good service, also nice staff and comfy rooms. Clean and good rooms, good selection of toiletry accessories like balsam.
Our stay at no31 was such an amazing one, this hidden gem in middle of Dublin, the rooms are so different to other hotels, pure luxury, the colours, furniture, facilities. The staff are most welcoming and helpful. The breakfast is top class, we have booked to return in September, treat yourself to abit of luxury
Number 31 is in an ideal location for walking in Dublin, close to St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street, and good pubs and restaurants. Staff is very helpful both before and after arrival. Delia’s breakfasts are exceptional!! (So is Delia. . . So friendly and welcoming.) Would be nice to have mirrors near outlets for hair-drying. Clean, comfy and very quiet. Will definitely go back!
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Number 31. We were here for five nights in August 2022, and stayed in room 32. Some highlights: 1) The breakfast was lovely (as everyone has said!), and the hotel was very kind with accommodating if we had to take something to go or eat at a different time. 2) They also have an ideal courtyard, it made for a really nice place to have an end of day drink and get to have fresh air. 3) We stayed in the Georgian house side of the hotel, and the room has beautiful high ceilings and nice light. 4) Lastly, the location was easy — St Stephen’s Green is a 7 minute walk and it’s very flat around there. A few things that are worth noting that would get them the fifth star from me: 1) The bathroom in room 32 was odd — the rain head shower sprayed all over the floor every time we used it. It led to us using a lot of towels to keep ourselves from falling on the very slick floor. Our sink also dripped steadily. 2) Housekeeping missed a day, even with the sign to make up the room. Not the end of the world, just with the water issue in the shower, the towel refresh would have been nice. 3) While the front desk was generally helpful (especially with calling cabs), we asked a handful of questions they were stumped by, like how to take the bus. The man who spoke to us wasn’t even sure how to ride the bus, or where the nearest stop was. If you choose to book and have any mobility issues, definitely let the staff know. They were always willing to come get our bags from the top floor, and just be aware it’s a climb of about 50 steps to get up there. Overall would absolutely stay again, the hotel is cute and has character!…
Number 31 Hotel is centrally located in the city. I loved my private courtyard and the larger communal courtyard was delightful. I would end each day outside. The staff was wonderful and the breakfast incredible. I will suggest this hotel to my friends.
Unfortunately we just stay there for few nights and it wasn't enough.The staff is extremely courteous and goes out of the way to help you and accommodate any requests .We were warmly welcome by a gentleman who is the General Manager < Myhi >, then he offered us a glass of chilled Prosecco making us to feel so spoiled .He walked us through the history of the place and we loved his idea of creating the vibe of ''home away from home''.His great customer service made us feel that we knew each other for ages and we could chat for hours .We had the smoothest check in with Agata which showed us to our Fabulous room and it's not just a description it was a fabulous throw back in the Art Deco era .Next day we had the pleasure to meet Delia and her breakfast was just amazing .We have been traveling for the last decade around the world and we finally found the place that ticked all the boxes .We cannot wait to be back and next time maybe we get the chance to experience Sam's room .…
We had a wonderful stay at Number 31 in Dublin. The rooms were clean and comfortable with a retro Jazz age vibe. The receptionists Claire and Agnes were extremely helpful and accommodating. The hotel is located just a few blocks from St Stephen’s Green and an easy walk from all the sights of the City. It was safe, comfortable and convenient. We slept with the windows open and a cool breeze, even in July. The breakfast in the upstairs kitchen was delicious and the chef Dahlia could not have been more accommodating or helpful. She always made great suggestions about where to go and what to see. The staff was extremely helpful and we highly recommend your trip include Number 31.
Stunning boutique hotel in the heart of Dublin. Rooms are beautifully decorated. Lovely terrace for sitting outside to enjoy something from the honestly bar. Beds are very comfortable and the breakfast is one of the best I’ve ever had.
We stayed for one night in Number 31 while attending a show in Dublin. It was a wonderful experience. From the time reception buzzes you in to a small courtyard to the delicious breakfast next morning you feel transported to a little oasis of calm and tranquility. Location is ideal for those who want easy access to Dublin’s shops, bars restaurants…etc. We walked to Grafton street through the beautiful St Stephen’s green (10mins). Additionally there is public transport and/or taxis. Our room was an intimate double, tastefully decorated in Gatsby era. One drawback being an intimate room it was small, therefore the large wing back armchair was superfluous - making it difficult to access the wardrobe. The bathroom was dark as per the decor. The shower-head was a fixed rain type shower-head, not ideal when you do not want to wash your hair and putting shower cap on wrecks the style! On arrival I requested an iron and ironing board; this was delivered to me in minutes! There was a very well stocked bar in the foyer, it was self service, based on honesty. You served yourself and then documented your drinks. What a lovely idea! Breakfast was served upstairs. There were three areas, inside, a sunroom and outside. Wonderful staff here too and the food was really excellent. The small little niggles of the excess furniture and the shower - head did not overshadow the charm, tranquility and the service which Number 31 offered. Definitely will return. P.S. was not aware of any wheelchair access/the layout of Number 31 would create difficulties for those with mobility issues.…
Thank you for a lovely stay. Room was absolutely perfect. Couple of small things, as you probably have heard a million times is all the flights of stairs, which we were no way aware of, the entrance is very hidden and no way stands out, wasn't sure if we were in right place or not for a while, i hate to say it but Brian shouldn't be front of house on reception, he doesn't have a welcoming manner, nor thus he know how to speak on a phone in a manner appropriate to his position. Other than that breakfast was amazing, best i think i ever had, so well done to the team both serving and in the kitchen on that. Location should be noted as well as great, within walking distance to so many amenities. Definitely would go back again Thanks again Rose D